Hello all! I first must thank you for finding my website. Secondly, I have finally put a new song on the site, though it is a few years old. Still, not many have heard the track. I will try to make a conscious effort to continue to put new tracks on the web every week. Thirdly, I want to hear what you think, so go ahead and leave your comments. If you like what you hear, be heard and leave your review. If you hate it, you should be heard also, so leave a comment. Thank you.
Airwolf reigns supreme in Pittsburgh. Airwolf rocked the socks of 100+ innocent bystanders at the Cathedral of Learning at Pitt University. No one new what to expect that day, not even the members of the band. The weather was amazing after the scare of rain earlier in the day which forced other bands(such as Fugazi) to seek shelter. Props to the sound man who was able to mix in just the right amount of feedback and distortion to the mics giving that patented Airwolf sound.
We wasted no time getting things stared that evening. "Oh Sherry," a song made popular by Steve Perry of Journey, was the opener. We followed that up with the prom song of '87, Bon Jovi's "Never Say Goodbye." And we of course wrapped up the set with Air Supply's masterpiece, "All out of Love." By the end of the set, the audience was blown away and Airwolf was completely spent. Though we had to continue on look towards the future while learning from our splintered past.
Lite FM was a sucess, even though it happened on the same night as the biggest snow storm of the year. Airwolf did not get there 'til 8:15pm and the show was supposed to start at 7pm. But even though we were fatigued from the storm, we still gave the fans what they wanted. "All out of Love" by Air Supply. We even came back out for a reprise. More than 70 people braved the storm to check out some of Pittsburgh's best at the Mr.Roboto Project, and no one was disappointed. MC loud (Brian McLoud) even showed up and wrapped up the night with an acoustic interpretation of Toto's "Africa." Thanks to all the people that came out. If you were there, let me know your thoughts on the night.
Now to the Bio.
I am andrewsamuelormerod. I have been recording music at home for about five years now. It all started with two tape decks, one playing what I recorded, the other recording what I was playing along to what was previously recorded and so on. I then moved into the 80's and got a used 4 track where further exploration in the medium know as music continued. I have recently invested in a digital 16 track which has opened all doors. I have recently recorded an EP while out in a log cabin in colorado that should be out in the near future. I will be posting some pictures from the studio at 10,000 ft. soon. It will be released on my label, OR RECORDS, in the near future. I also have a cd available of home recordings completed on 4-track from the infamous Park Quarry Compound. It ranges from from electronic to rock to ballad to jazz to ambient to experimental. All of it is lo-fi. It also includes on a couple of tracks with a good friend and renowned artist, Andrew Devlin. You might remember him from such groups as Solid-8, Cruikshank and Phatso featuring Matt Steiner (sucessful iuma artist) and jim steiner from the super group all the Quiet. I have worked with Andrew in the past on such projects as Andrew County Orchestra and Emomonkeys. If you haven't heard of this stuff, find some and check it out.
I will let more about how to get the goods soon. If you can't wait for some reason just drop me a line.
I encourage you all to continue to record for the love of recording, even if you never win the love of Brittany or Christina.
Again, I want to hear you and what you think.
And don't forget that a man who smokes cigarettes will have a shortened life, but a man who smokes cigars and pipes will on average live two full years longer than a nonsmoking man.
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